Engineers Canada is the national organization of the 12 provincial and territorial associations that regulate the profession of engineering in Canada and license the country's more than 250,000 members of the engineering profession.
This site offers detailed information on the programs, services and initiatives that Engineers Canada undertakes, and on the various boards, committees and volunteers that contribute to our work. It also contains links to the websites of our member associations and order as well as to other engineering organizations around the world.
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Engineers Canada 2012 Climate Change SurveyThe findings of a national survey of Canada's infrastructure engineers about their awareness and consideration of climate change in their practice are presented in a report prepared by the CSA Group under contract to Engineers Canada. The survey was conducted in the first quarter of 2012, and more than 3,000 engineers from all provinces and territories of Canada responded.
CCTC 2013: Engineering for Global sustainabilityOur sister organization the Engineering Institute of Canada is organizing its 3rd Climate Change Technology Conference 2013 to be held at Concordia University in Montreal from May 27-29, 2013. Click on the link to access the flyer for this conference and register at www.cctc2013.ca today!
Next Generation Discovers Profession through National Engineering Month Throughout the month of March, Canada’s youth will discover how they can change the world as professional engineers...
Federal Budget to Drive Canada's Economy through Skills and Infrastructure Investments Budget 2013 has engaged the interest of the engineering profession by committing to the future of Canada’s prosperity.
37 Professional Engineers to receive the Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Medal Engineers Canada is pleased to announce that 11 professional engineers will receive the Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee...
Building Canada's economic future with an online game There’s an EnGenious new way to encourage today’s youth to become the professional engineers we need tomorrow.
World Federation of Engineering Organisations: Standing Committee on Engineering and the EnvironmentNewsletter #9 - April 2013
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